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Diploma in Disability 22nd February 2012. Welcome to all students First Term - Session 1 Course information session and introduction to Disability. Reminder!!!!!!. CHERYL: RECORD THE MEETING. Your teacher !!. Tanya Fox Mobile: 0402 204 092 (during business hours)

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diploma in disability 22nd february 2012
Diploma in Disability

22nd February 2012

Welcome to all studentsFirst Term - Session 1Course information session and introduction to Disability

reminder
Reminder!!!!!!
  • CHERYL:
  • RECORD THE MEETING
your teacher
Your teacher !!
  • Tanya Fox

Mobile: 0402 204 092 (during business hours)

E-mail: tanya.fox4@det.nsw.edu.au

  • Cheryl Wilson – Tamworth Campus

Phone: 67682004

E-mail: cheryl.wilson4@det.nsw.edu.au

  • Mailing address:

Cheryl Wilson

TAFE –NEI, Community Services

Janison St

TAMWORTH NSW 2340

let s get familiar with the classroom
Let’s get familiar with the classroom
  • Participants
  • Put up your hand!!!
  • Chat box
  • Camera and speakers
  • PPT presentation
  • Pods
  • Activities
  • Notes
  • Links
  • Breakouts/White board
some basic on line etiquette
Some basic on-line etiquette
  • Be on time
  • Respectful of other students comments, opinions and stories they share
  • Complete any tasks between lessons so as you are able to fully participate on line
  • Confidentiality
  • If you are going to be absent please send an email to both Sabina and myself prior to the lesson if possible
delivery of course
Delivery of course
  • Delivery will be via mixed mode using a variety of technologies such as Adobe Connect Web Conferencing, WIKI, email, fax etc
  • Requirements are once a week log on to the adobe connect meeting room for a lesson
  • You need access to a computer & Internet Explorer with speakers. If you do not have this at home you can access this via your local TAFE library for free
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Diploma of Disability

TAFE Course Number 18173

Outline of course structure:

This course has been designed to reflect the packaging

requirements for Diploma of Disability under the Community Services Training Package (CHC08)

The Community Services Training Package states the following rules:

16 units must be selected for this qualification including:

  • 11 compulsory units
  • 1 compulsory elective
  • 4 elective units
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Semester 1 units of competency

  • CHCCM503C Develop, facilitate & monitor all aspects of case management
  • CHCCS503A Develop, implement and review services and programs to meet client needs
  • CHCDIS511A Coordinate services for people with disabilities
  • CHCINF505C Meet statutory and organisation information requirements
  • CHCNET503C Develop new networks
  • HLTHIR404D Work effectively with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people
  • CHCORG506C Coordinate the work environment
  • HLTOHS401A Maintain workplaceOHS processes (compulsory elective)
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Semester 2 units of competence

  • CHCAD504A Provide advocacy and representation services
  • CHCCW503A Work intensively with clients
  • CHCCM404A Undertake case management for clients with complex needs
  • CHCCM501A Coordinate complex case requirements
  • CHCPOL501A Access evidence and apply in practice
  • CHCDIS302A Maintain an environment to empower people with disabilities
  • CHCDIS405A Facilitate skills development and maintenance
  • CHCCS426A Provide support and care relating to loss and grief
timetable of delivery semester 1
Timetable of delivery – Semester 1

Integrated delivery and assessment approach

  • 14/2/2011 – 25/3/2011

CHCORG506C Coordinate the work environment

HLTOHS400A Maintain OHS processes

CHCINF505C Meet statutory and organisation information requirements

  • 30/3/2011 – 6/5/2011

CHCCM503C Develop, facilitate and monitor all aspects of case management

CHCCS503A Develop, implement and review services and programs to meet client needs

CHCDIS511A Coordinate services for people with disabilities

  • 11/5/2011 – 17/6/2011

CHCNET503C Develop new networks

HLTHIR403B Work effectively with culturally diverse clients and co-workers

other important information re delivery
Other important information re delivery
  • Workplace learning – a requirement of 240 hours. 100 - 120 hrs in both Semester 1 and Semester 2.
  • Each student will be required to complete work placement – if already working within a disability service this may be completed on the job and will be discussed further next week (don’t panic)!!
  • If you are unable to meet all of the requirements in your current position it may be that you do a small amount of hours in a disability organisation e.g. 30 hours ina designated organisation where you can be exposed to the knowledge/skills required.
accessing resources for learning
Accessing resources for learning
  • Once each student is aware of what UOC they are required to complete the student can purchase resources to support their learning
  • Resources are available from a number of sources at different costs
  • SmallPrint provide resources for each UOC at a cost of $16 each. You can chose to purchase these personally or pay TAFE $16 per Unit and TAFE can provide access to the resource through Catapult an on-line facility where you can work through the unit.
  • Other companies such as Aspire also provide these resources
  • Students will also be required too undertake their own research for learning purposes
recognition of prior learning rpl
Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
  • TAFE NSW recognises that students may have gained skills and knowledge in their previous studies, and life and work experiences. To gain recognition you must be able to prove your competence using evidence that is relevant, authentic, sufficient and current.

Three types of RPL

  • Auto Credit for relevant previous TAFE Study
  • Mutual Recognition for matching units of competence from another RTO or training provider
  • Non-standard Recognition
application for non standard rpl
Application for non-standard RPL

Often students have had experience in the areas they are seeking their qualification e.g.

  • Worked in the Community Services sector for several years and possess skills and knowledge which is transferable
  • Worked in a case management role for some time
  • Experience in other agency types or job roles which are relevant to the UOC you are studying with transferable skills and knowledge
  • Previous training which has provided the knowledge/skills

You are required (in consultation with your teacher) to:

  • Complete a portfolio of evidence
  • Complete a competency conversation relating to the UOC’s you are applying for
  • Complete and sign an RPL form
rpl case study
RPL Case Study
  • Liz is a registered nurse and has worked as a full-time case manager with a non-government organisation (NGO) for the last five years. Prior to this she was employed as a residential care worker for two years with a small community based direct care service provider, supporting five high needs clients. She works in a culturally diverse area and has several complex clients including several with a dual diagnosis including issues relating to mental health and alcohol and other drugs.
  • A large amount of Liz’s responsibilities include conducting assessments of client need and developing and implementing individual plans for clients. Liz is a representative on the organisation’s OH&S committee and attends the local youth and disability interagency meetings. With an extended network of contacts Liz is able to refer clients, as necessary, to relevant services.
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Based on the information in the case study, Liz decides to apply for RPL for the following Units of competency:

  • Develop, facilitate and monitor all aspects of case management CHCCM503C
  • Use targeted communication skills to build relationships CHCCOM504C
  • Facilitate links with other services CHCNET404A
  • Contribute to OHS processes CHCOHS300A
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Liz was then granted recognition in the units listed above by providing the following documentation (de-identified as necessary):

  • A resume
  • A detailed job description
  • A supervisor’s report
  • An OH&S committee report with Liz mentioned as a current committee member
  • Interagency minutes with Liz’s attendance noted
  • An assessment of client need
  • An individual plan
  • A referral to mental health team
  • Case notes reporting brief intervention
  • A resource file developed by Liz
our wiki
OUR WIKI!!!

Our Wiki is a forum for students to do the following:

  • Access all assessment tasks, PPT lessons, links to resource material and other learning material deposited by teachers
  • A discussion forum for students and teachers
  • A notice board for upcoming news and reminders
  • Used at times as an assessment tool

Only the teachers can edit the main page and add or delete material. Students can add comments and hold discussions in the forum area

HOW DO I ACCESS THE WIKI??

you access the wiki by
You access the wiki by ............

entering the following URL into your browser

  • http://diplomaindisability2012.neitwiki.wikispaces.net/
  • On the top right hand side of the page their is an option to join
  • Click to join
  • On the next page you will be required to have a username, password and e-mail address – you have two options access this from your TAFE NSW Tax Invoice two thirds of the way down the page or use your own
  • Then access your TAFE e-mail address and password from your enrolment form receipt e.g. cheryl.wilson4 01/01/1930
  • Enter information and press send
  • I will receive an email indicating you have requested to join the Wiki and I will accept this
  • You will receive a return email and you can then start using the wiki by using the above URL and entering your username and password each time
a question to get us started
A question to get us started
  • When I think of the disability sector in Australia I think of.........
the community services sector in australia
The community services sector in Australia
  • The community services sector provides local communities and regional and remote communities with services that meet a broad range of needs and provide a large range of vitally important services to Australians
  • Services delivered aim to promote physical, social, emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing
  • What types of services are delivered in Australia?
  • Place your responses in the chat box
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Each of you will have had some different thoughts on the question. The disability sector provides a range of different support services to people with disabilities which includes:

  • Accommodation services (group homes, supported accommodation)
  • Employment programs
  • Income support
  • Advocacy services
  • Specialist education and training
  • Respite, community support, community access, day programs, leisure programs
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Groups in the community that are marginalised or disadvantaged, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the aged, culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD); families and people with a disability; mental health and AOD issues; are supported by government and non-government providers of community services

  • Non-government services are delivered by commercial and not-for-profit organisations (NGOs).
  • What is your understanding of an NGO in comparison to a government organisation?
an ngo is
An NGO is ...............
  • A non-government organization (NGO) is a legally constituted organisation created by people that operate independently from any government and a term usually used by governments to refer to entities that have no government status.
  • In the cases in which NGOs are funded totally or partially by governments, the NGO maintains its non-governmental status by excluding government representatives from membership in the organization.
  • They are run by a board or a community based management committee
funding for the community sector
Funding for the community sector
  • Funding can come from a range of bodies
  • Services may be funded by one source only or may obtain funding from a combination of sources

Funding sources may include:

  • Federal, state or local government
  • Fundraising and charity
  • Voluntary organisations
  • Commercial organisations
  • Not for profit organisations
disability service standards legislation
Disability Service Standards & Legislation
  • We will practice using the poll pods and I will ask you some questions about your knowledge of the Disability Services Standards
  • Think about what you know about the standards and disability legislation
important information for you to know
Important information for you to know
  • The Disability Services Act (Cwth) was passed in 1986 and state disability legislation – Disability Services Act (NSW) 1993
  • The Act provides a legislative and funding framework for a range of disability services, including employment services
  • The Act also provides a set of guiding standards for the delivery of quality services – Disability Service Standards
  • They are underpinned by social justice principles – equity, respect, participation, access etc
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What do you already know about the standards?

  • How many standards are there?
  • This week – if you are not already familiar with the standards – research them on the net, and/or go to a Disability service and talk to someone about them
i think that is enough for tonight
I think that is enough for tonight!!!!
  • Any questions?
  • Remember to join the Wiki – and I need to accept you
  • http://diplomaindisability2012.neitwiki.wikispaces.net/
  • I will send tonight's recording to you
  • Until next week – smile and enjoy this opportunity for learning